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Poster: HaarFager872 Date: Apr 13, 2008 7:35pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: No Time For Sergeants

I have, what I think to be, the complete episode. It's 50.02 in length. Since they're all public domain, I'll try to upload it later tonight. Thanks for the information!

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Poster: Robin_1990 Date: Apr 13, 2008 7:50pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: No Time For Sergeants

Your welcome! 50 Minutes? Sounds complete enough to me, Since "Completely Complete" kinescopes are very rare. BTW, "Kinescoped" programs in general tend to be PD, But always check first. For those who wonder why I've stopped uploading, Well I've been a bit sick and sleepy.

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Poster: HaarFager872 Date: Apr 14, 2008 1:26am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: No Time For Sergeants

As far as I'm concerned, you've been posting such great stuff lately, you take all the time you need to get well! I can wait. Hope you feel better soon!

On another note, this is a general request for somebody who might have it, but there is one episode of Studio One, broadcast in 1954, that I've been wanting to see forever. I'm fairly certain the episode is called, "Let Me Go, Lover," and features the song of the same name by Joan Weber. I still have a 45 rpm of that song, which was released just after the broadcast, and have wanted to see the show it was used in for a long time. Does anybody know if a copy of that exists? And possibly if it's in the public domain so that it can be uploaded here? I know there are other episodes of Studio One here, from the same vintange, so maybe it's PD. (Hope, hope!) Thanks!

This post was modified by HaarFager872 on 2008-04-14 08:26:11

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Poster: Robin_1990 Date: Apr 13, 2008 8:30pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: No Time For Sergeants

I just checked, and the only "Studio One" episodes to be under copyright are "The Lady died at midnight" and "The Defender", The rest are PD. When I'm up to it (Which could be today or next week for all I know), I'll upload some more episodes of "Dusty's Trail", a 70's sitcom which has entered the public domain. It isn't great, But it's watchable.

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Poster: HaarFager872 Date: Apr 14, 2008 12:14am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: No Time For Sergeants

I remember Dusty's Trail when it was originally on. It wasn't too bad! Can't wait to see it again, what with the episodes already up here and more on the way! Thanks for that, too!

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Poster: Robin_1990 Date: Apr 14, 2008 12:45am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: One Season Wonders

I've uploaded another episode of "Dusty's Trail" about an hour ago, it should appear soon. BTW, Some other One Season Wonders which I've uploaded include "Meet Corliss Archer" and "The Dennis O'Keefe Show". I'm thinking of uploading 4 episodes of "The Betty Hutton Show" and 4 episodes of "The Eve Arden Show". I'm feeling better already, but I might feel sick again tomorrow (It's an comes-and-goes thing, sometimes lasting just an hour and sometimes lasting a whole day. I think it's because of the Medication I take. I have OCD and Autism, and I think I might have other disorders too).

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Poster: Executive Date: Apr 14, 2008 1:49am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: The Eve Arden Show

I've always liked her in both the radio and TV versions of Our Miss Brooks as well as The Mothers In-Law, so yeah....I'd like to see her little-known late 1950s sitcom! It co-starred Frances Bavier, who later played Aunt Bee on The Andy Griffith Shwo and also announcer / actor Bill Goodwin in one of his last roles.

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Poster: Robin_1990 Date: Apr 14, 2008 1:55am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: The Eve Arden Show

The show is a bit forgottable, But it isn't too bad. I think the reason it failed is because people couldn't accpet her playing a famous book writer. I'll try to upload an episode within the next few days.

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Poster: Executive Date: Apr 14, 2008 6:36am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: The Eve Arden Show

The show didn't fail because Eve played a writer. All of her characters on TV were intelligent, so playing an author was totally acceptable.

I'm not sure what her competition on the other two networks was, but The Eve Arden Show must have been cancelled due to low ratings.

This post was modified by Executive on 2008-04-14 13:36:23

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Poster: Robin_1990 Date: Apr 14, 2008 7:16am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: The Eve Arden Show

It competed against "The Eddie Fisher Show/The George Gobel Show" on NBC and "The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp" on ABC. I think the reason it was cancelled is because it's writing is fairly weak.

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Poster: Executive Date: Apr 14, 2008 6:04pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: The Eve Arden Show

It got cancelled because it was beaten in the ratings by its competition.
Wyatt Earp was one of the most popular shows on ABC at the time, and it ran to 1961.

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Poster: Robin_1990 Date: May 7, 2008 5:23am
Forum: classic_tv Subject: The Writing Was Mediocre

Sorry, But "The Eve Arden Show" has pretty sloppy writing. The bad time slot was just the nail on the coffin.

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